Easter Eggs Don't Need Canon Sources do they? Edit
I mean honestly speaking, they're easter eggs, they are not supposed to make canonical sense.
- not sure myself, as some other easter eggs are tagged as such, it probably shouldn't when it's not vague or ambiguous such as here. It definitively belong in the Fallout 4 cultural references page though.
Should it even be on this page? A link to an entry on the cultural references page, perhaps but certainly not on here in full. 22.214.171.124 22:42, December 23, 2015 (UTC) Frank. O
I added in a note emphasizing the occupancy of super mutants in the area for advisory due to the information offered by the user 126.96.36.199 that was in the wrong area.
Greenboy51 18:43, January 14, 2016
dissapearing toys Edit
It appears that the giddyup buttercups can dissapear if not taken when you first enter, possibly taken by arlen glass
id location Edit
I found the ID card, but the only thing that lined up with the description currently on the page was the upstairs part. It was in a file cabinet, next to a not at all broken desk. In the office that is right in front of you as you go up the stairs (though the door is around the corner). Not sure if this is a second undocumented ID card or that the location description is just wrong/vague. --188.8.131.52 12:41, February 1, 2016 (UTC)
Office note - can't find it anywhere. fusion core is mentioned twice, is it the same one? 06:09, February 7, 2016 (UTC)